Mount Audubon Trail
This wonderful day hike ascends the beautiful alpine summit of Mount Audubon (13,223 feet). Wildflowers, panoramic alpine views, and alpine lakes make this hike well worth the effort. This is a very strenuous hike with a lot of altitude gain in a long 4-mile march to the summit. On the way to the summit there are stunning views out to Pawnee Peak, Mount Toll, Paiute Peak, Sawtooth Mountain, and Rocky Mountain National Park to the north. This is a very popular trail that sees a fair amount of traffic in the summer months. Your best bet to avoid the crowds would be to do the hike midweek. Trail conditions: The lower section of the trail is well traveled and has very loose, rocky tread to the summit.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Elevation Gain||2,500 ft|
|Season||Best June to October|
|Trailhead Elevation||10,500 ft|
|Top Elevation||13,000 ft|
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